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Improving Mental Healthcare A Guide To Measurement Based Quality Improvement

Books from same Author: Hermann R C

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    Author(s)Hermann R C
    PublisherAMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC PUBLISHING, INC.
    ISBN9781585620883
    Pages713
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearOctober 2005

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    AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC PUBLISHING, INC. Improving Mental Healthcare A Guide To Measurement Based Quality Improvement by Hermann R C

    The first book to focus on measuring the basic processes of mental healthcare, such as access, detection, treatment appropriateness, safety and continuity of care, Improving Mental Healthcare: A Guide to Measurement-Based Quality Improvement integrates practical information about quality measures -- such as their clinical logic, validity and basis in scientific evidence -- into a highly readable guide on how to implement measures and use the results to improve quality of care. Improving Mental Healthcare examines the clinical, policy, and scientific underpinnings of process measurement, a widely used method of assessing quality of mental healthcare. It describes the use of measurement to improve quality, promote accountability, encourage evidence-based practice, and shape incentives to favor delivery of high-quality care. Divided into two sections totaling 14 chapters, the first section describes factors that led to a nationwide emphasis on improving quality of care, major approaches to quality assessment, considerations in selecting measures, as well as how to.